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byDostoevskai︠a︡, L. Ḟ. (Li︠u︡bovʹ Ḟedorovna), 1869-1926; Kingsley Trust Association
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byBergsøe, Vilhelm, 1835-1911; Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 1821-1881; Ingemann, Bernhard Severin, 1789-1862
Russian mystery stories: Pushkin, A.S. The Queen of Spades -- Jelihovsky, Vera. The general's will -- Dostoyevsky, F.M. Crime and punishment -- Chekhoff, Anton. The safety match -- Krestovski, V.V. Knights of industry -- Scandinavian mystery stories: Bergsöe, J.W. The amputated arms -- Larssen, Otto. The manuscript -- Ingemann, B.S. The sealed room -- Blicher, S.S. The rector of Veilbye -- Hungarian mystery stories: Molnar, Ferencz. The living death -- Jokai, Maurus. Thirteen at table --... Topics: Detective and mystery stories -- Translations from foreign languages, Detective and mystery...
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Continental Classics, Volume XVIII., Mystery Tales: Including Stories by Feodor Mikhailovitch Dostoyevsky, J?rgen Wilhelm Bergs?e and Bernhard Severin Ingemann Note: See also: PG#1552
"Germany's Third Empire" or "Das Dritte Reich" by Arthur Moeller van den Bruck This work is often referred to in passing, but seldom read. Moeller appeared in the period after the First World War as one of the theorists of the broad Conservative Revolution in Germany. Internationally renowned for his translations of Dostoyevsky, this text is also a literary feast. However, the present book may be read for its analysis of civilization-crisis and visionary alternatives. In... Topics: Germany, Germany's, Third, Empire, Conservative, Arthur, Moeller, Bruck, Reich
Every time a new Monk episode airs, I put together a videoclip showing how they threw in things in relation to my three main videos, "Gosk", "Mall Man", and "Steinhoff's Dostoyevsky's 'Uncle's Dream'". A number of shows do this, probably owing to my secret importance in relation to Spielberg, McCartney and others. Here it appears that in July 2006 Bush staged a moment so that he might also participate. Additionally, Dostoyevsky was one of the high profile... Topic: Bush Kerry epileptic Monk
This syllabus is an outline of a one semester course in Imperial Russia designed to emphasize the relationship between Russia's past and her present. Course content begins with the founding of the first Russian state and continues to the fall of the Romanovs in 1917. In addition, some topics are suggested for investigation of Russian history in relation to geographic factors. Major periods are: 1) Origins of Russia--Kievan Rus (862-1243); 2) Mongol Invasions (1240-1480); 3) The Rise of the... Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Objectives, Area Studies, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Awareness,...
Wyndham Lewis’ Tarr: An Exercise in Right-Wing Psychologyreview by Jonathan BowdenWyndham Lewis’ novel Tarr (an anagram of both “art” and “rat”) appeared first in 1915 as the Great War was raging, and it remains one of the great exercises in hard-boiled psychology. Most behaviorist prose tends to be shunted aside into genre fiction such as adventure and perhaps the noir detective novel. Tarr is unusual in that it represents a fusion of high-grade literary fiction and the sort of... Topics: fiction, modernism, literature, 20th century literature, fascism, inegalitarianism, art,...